This listing is for one half pan of Chasmata, a blue/green/gold colour shift pigment. It is named after old classifications of the Aurora Borealis by Roman philosopher Seneca, around 65AD.
This will work well on darker papers. It can be applied with more water for a less opaque look. It has been blended with our own tried and tested watercolour base.
Please note that shimmery and colour shift pigments are more prone to air bubbles in the pans. This has been filled in layers to prevent this as much as possible but small bubbles that will remain will not affect the use of the paint.